Tournament points: 190,562
Team leader: Claner
WCM Yelizaveta Orlova has represented Canada in numerous international events which include: World Youth Chess Championship (5x), World Chess Olympiad (2x), and other open tournaments. In Toronto, she is a full-time chess teacher and owns a business called Pub Chess Toronto.
Her Chess Achievements:
2016 Invited player and organizer of Salento International Chess Open
2015 Created Pub Chess Toronto
2015 Became Publicity Officer at Chess Federation of Canada
2013 Coach of the Canadian Youth Team at the World Youth Chess Championship in United Arab Emirates
2013 Became Women's Coordinator at Chess Federation of Canada
2013 Helped introduce Woman’s Candidate Master/Woman’s National Master title and was the first one to get WNM.
2012 Represented Canada at International Women’s Championship at UNAM
2012 Represented Canada at Women’s Olympiad
2011 Toronto Women's Champion
2011 Canadian Women's Championship, 3rd place
2011 Canadian Girls Under-18 Champion
2010 Toronto Women's Champion
2010 Represented Canada at Women's Olympiad
2010 Ontario Girls Under-16 Champion
2009 Ontario Girls Under-16 Champion
2008 9th place, World Youth Under-14 Girls Championship
2008 Canadian Girls Under-14 Champion
2008 Canadian Junior Girl Champion
2007 Canadian Girls Under-14 Champion
2006 Ontario Girls Grade 6 Champion
2006 Ontario Girls Under-12 Champion
2005 Canadian Girls Under-12 Champion
2005 Ontario Girls Under-12 Champion
2004 Ontario Girls Under-10 Champion
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So 2pm pst?
Hi, I will streaming in a little bit - just gotta skype my mom first!
@orlovachess hi when the next live stream held on?
well then, maybe you would like her stream: https://lichess.org/tv/stream/orlovachess@twitch
Hi iam a big fan of orlova
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